Feeling Old Lane Street Eats - Northbridge

One place people have been telling to try is Old Lane Street Eats in Northbridge. Apparently the food is cheap and delicious. Well I didn't need anymore of a reason to go check this place out. So the time my family and I were unsure about what to have for dinner, Old Lane came to mind!

As we were going through the menu, we wanted to try everything! But, we managed to regain self-control and only chose a dish each with some more to share.

Marmite Bao ($8.90 for two)
Crispy Pork Belly ($8.90 for two)

For starters we chose two of their most popular (according to the waitress) baos, the marmite chicken and crispy pork belly. Everyone at the table really enjoyed both flavours! My personal favourite was the marmite chicken because the chicken was deep fried, but that crispy skin on the pork belly was also a tasty winner! You can't go wrong with either or both!

Fruit Rojak ($11.90)
Lou Shu Fen Dry ($6.90)
Roast Pork Belly Noodle ($8.90)

Another share plate we ordered was their fruit rojak. The flavour of this rojak surprised me, it was a lot sweeter than I expected. I'm used to the Indonesian fruit rujak, which has sauce that is a lot more peanut-y and less sweet. My favourite part about this rojak was the fried dough, it was nice a crispy. Overall, not my favourite dish of the night because it was so sweet.

Charcoal Chicken Wing ($6.90 for two)

Nasi Lemak ($6.90)

My brother decided to order the nasi lemak. But, because the nasi lemak does not come with any meat, he also ordered the charcoal wings. The rice in the nasi lemak was nice and fragrant and the anchovies was crispy. He also really liked the sambal!

Mee Kolok ($6.90)

I ordered the Mee Kolok which was highly recommended by my friends. Well I was glad I listened to everyone's recommendation, because it was delicious! The portion was the perfect size, not too big and not too small (for me anyway). The noodles was soft but firm and the dish was just really tasty. I liked that the dish was not too oily like mee kolok you might find at other restaurants.

Mr. T. ordered the fried kway teow ($8.90) which he inhaled before I can take a photo. I loved that dish too, it was so aromatic. It was perfectly cooked with the perfect amount of charring on the kway teow and the flavours were not too strong but tasty.

So yes, we ordered quite a bit of food, but because of the great prices, our bill was nowhere near as high as I expected! Another great Asian eat in Northbridge!

Ratings: /10
Food: 9
Value: 9
Atmosphere: 8
Service: 8
Overall: 8.5/10

Restaurant Information:

Old Lane Street Eats
Shop 17, 68 Roe Street
Ph: 9227 9992

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